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THE SCENE: A superior gastropub, divided into three distinct sections, which provide ample space for those wishing to drink in Camden without being drowned in the pretentiousness found closer to the loch.

There’s the main bar, a deceptive introduction with its basic wooden furnishing and window booths; a mezzanine, featuring a spectacularly colourful mural; and a funky back room, complete with photographs of the Rolling Stones, mirrors and crocodile skin lining. Throughout the different zones, the atmosphere at the Lyttelton Arms is one of warmth; from the low lighting, polished floors and exposed brick to the charming bar staff, a welcoming, comfortable atmosphere prevails.

From the slow-cooked ox cheek (£10.50) to the delicious handmade lentil and spinach burger (£9), there’s ample selection to line your stomach before heading to a gig at Koko (just across the road) or continuing to relax in the warmth of this little gem.
BEHIND THE BAR: There’s a huge selection of international beer, from German lagers and Czech pilsners to American craft beers and British cask ales.

BILL PLEASE: Beer from £3.15 a pint; wine from £3.15 a glass.

VERDICT: Whichever beer you like to drink, and however you like to drink it, you’ll be at home here. Jahn Vannisselroy

1 Camden High Street, NW1 7JE 
Mornington Crescent


The Lyttelton Arms, Camden - bar review
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